We had a medium sized display on 10/28/23 at Bricks & Minifigs in Central Phoenix. The theme was Halloween and we had a 5′ x 7.5′ display. Here are some pictures from it:
Phoenix Fan Fusion 2022 display was a large display. It included city, Jurassic area, castle and a miscellaneous area.
Here’s some pictures showing our display:
Here’s a video of us setting up the display (at 1000x speed up):
Cactus Brick was at Southwest Makerfest in March 2022. We had a community build Mosaic, Arduino based train controller on display, a Lego based spirograph and a couple remote controlled Lego cars.
We had a small train display at the Tucson Toy Train Show on Nov 13, 2021. We showed our Tatooine display again, although we had to shrink it a bit due to the smaller area we had and we had one of our club members bring some very detailed trains.
Cactus Brick had a small display at Railfair this year. This was at McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park on Saturday, Oct 2nd and Sunday, Oct 3rd. This was a free event and we had tons of visitors come by to view our display. Here’s some images of what we had:
CactusBrick has a display at AZ Science Center until January 2022. 11 club members contributed to the display. Here are some pictures of the final display.
We had a large area at Phoenix Fan Fusion 2019 (May 23rd – May 26th). The city/train layout was 12.5′ x 25′ and another similar sized area that included a moon base, misc models and lots of Star Wars. Here’s a bunch of pictures from the event:
We have a large display at Desert Ridge Marketplace. It will be open on weekends from Black Friday to December 16th. We are across from American Eagle Outfitters. We are open on Fridays from 6PM to 9PM, Saturdays from 11AM to 8PM and Sundays from Noon to 6PM. We have special hours on Black Friday from 11AM to 9PM. Admission is free and we have a large Mosaic build as well as a modular castle that people can build. There is a large Winter Village as well as a large City and train display. We’ve added a brand new Under the Sea section as well as a 1920’s city section in honor of a couple new movies.
We were at the Tucson Toy Train Show on Nov 9th and 10th. Our display was (for us) a mid sized display. It was 15′ x 20′ in size and had 3 different tracks with plenty of spurs for parking tranis. There weren’t very large crowds, but there was a steady stream of people coming by our display. Here are some pictures of our display.